Manchester attack: Book of condolence to be opened at Rotherham Minster
By Michael Upton | 23/05/2017
ROTHERHAM Minster is opening a book of condolence in the wake of the Manchester terrorist attack.
The Vicar of Rotherham, Canon David Bliss, said the Jesus Chapel in the historic church had also been set aside as a place for prayer and reflection for the people of Manchester.
Faiths leaders' message of condemnation and defiance
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